Classic Algebra: Linear Relationships
Herb Gross introduces Linear Relationships, the building blocks for more complex problems. The meaning of a linear relationship between input and output is: "When the input increases by 1 unit, the output changes by a fixed amount." The picture (graph) of a linear relationship is a straight line - hence its name! Then watch Herb match examples to the linear pattern y = mx + b. Herb Gross describes the benefits of self-paced learning of Algebra and stresses the relevance of the topics that are covered in this course. This material and much more is also available online at www.adjectivenounmath.com.
Run time 28 minutes 12 secondsProducer Professor Herbert I. GrossAudio/Visual sound, color